[Histonet] Ultralow Freezers

From:"David Weil"

I use both types of freezers. I prefer the chest type freezers because
you do not have the massive rush of freezing air when you open the door
and you avoid having a glacier forming on the inner door. The ice build
up on the uprights is especially bad over the summers here, because of
high humidity and someone ends up having to defrost the inner door on a
regular basis. The only drawback to the chest freezers I have seen is if
somebody who is short has to retrieve some samples. Other wise they work
great and you do not have to defrost the door. A colleague here has a
relatively small chest freezer (approximately 2.5 feet deep x 5 feet
long by 3.5 feet tall) made by Revco. The Model # is ULT1090-3-A31. The
most common uprights we have now are made by Sanyo (approximately 3.25
feet deep x 3.75 feet wide x 6.75 feet tall) They are a VIP series model
# MDF-U72VC. Good luck with your decision. 

David S Weil  BS, HTL (ASCP) CM
CIIT Centers For Health Research
6 Davis Dr.
RTP, NC 27709-2137
(919) 558-1265

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